World: Angry Settlers at Little Sea

Beyond his anger at Israel's general approach to negotiations, Anwar Sadat is outraged by Premier Menachem Begin's determination to hold on to 16 Jewish settlements in northern Sinai. Last week TIME's Robert Slater visited the largest of these settlements, Yamit (Hebrew for "little sea"). His report:

Community bulletin-board notices in Yamit range from the mundane to the momentous. One announces natural-childbirth classes; another appeals to the settler who left a pair of shoes in Sasoon's delicatessen to retrieve them. But mixed with these is a plea for volunteers to chauffeur townsmen to Jerusalem for a protest demonstration. Another seeks donations to a...

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